Color Grading: Fulfilling a Client’s Vision with Fred Trevino — SkillShare — Free download

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to grade a project for someone else? Well in this course we take that real-world approach of grading a scene for a client.

We’ll begin with the Client’s look book to establish the look they’re after and then grade through the scene to fulfill the Client’s vision. It’s much easier to grade something for yourself when you know what you want but when you have to create a look for someone else things can get a little more complicated. This course is for anyone aspiring to one day become a professional colorist or would love to come one step closer to grading like one!

In this course we’ll cover:

  • Grading Environment
  • Control Panels
  • Monitors
  • Primaries
  • Secondaries
  • Matching
  • Primary Out
  • Client’s Notes
  • And More!

This is an intermediate level course and the basics of Da Vinci Resolve and color grading as a whole would be very helpful. A beginner would still learn a lot though may not completely comprehend the technical aspects in the course. All are welcome!

About Your Teacher

Fred Trevino is a colorist with over 10 years experience.  He’s graded over 40 feature films and hundreds of projects for high end clients such as HBO, Versace, ESPN, Under Armour and more. His narrative color work has screened at well known film festivals like Sundance, Cannes, and Slamdance. His goal is to use the experience and skills he’s developed over his career to accelerate your learning in the field of color.

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